Romano says that Mac Allister has signed a contract that will keep him at the club until 2028. Additionally, the Reds have reportedly paid less than the reported asking price of £60 million.
The signing of Mac Allister has largely gone down well with Liverpool supporters. The Reds are in desperate need of reinforcements in midfield – the Argentinian World Cup winner should be an excellent addition to Liverpool’s ranks in the middle of the park.
Despite this, other Liverpool fans believe that the signing of Mac Allister is insufficient – at least, as things stand. They believe that, on top of Mac Allister, they will also need to sign a defensive midfielder in the summer transfer window.
What do Liverpool fans think of the signing of Alexis Mac Allister?
Not enough I still believe we need Declan rice too along Fabino and Arnold
— Esam عصام (@yaesam2000) June 5, 2023
Better than overrated Bellingham imo. Premier league proven not United Sancho 2.0
— Ezeh Okechukwu (@vapour001) June 5, 2023
I believe in Klopp, none of his signings were classed as world class until they played under him and gained that world class status, so I trust Jurgen
— i (@CAkhibright7) June 5, 2023
Desperate need of a technical midfield player, knows the league, adds goals and assists from midfield.
— JANVIER (@thedonjazlfc) June 5, 2023
Best signing since VVD and Alison.
— Prakash Mahtani (@PrakashMahtani1) June 5, 2023
One of the current best in his position.👏🏼🔥🔥
— 5%ShadyCuler02 (@RubShady_LP) June 5, 2023
Alexis Mac Allister career summary
After cutting his teeth in his native Argentina for Argentinos Juniors, he joined Brighton in 2019 for an undisclosed fee.
Since then, he has gone on to score 16 goals for the Seagulls across 98 Premier League appearances. He has also been capped on numerous occasions by Argentina, scoring a single goal in 16 international appearances.